Alternation Bloc for Renewal, Integration, and African Cooperation

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The Bloc for Democracy and African Integration (French: Bloc des alternances pour le renouveau, l’intégration et la coopération africaine) is a political party in Mali. In the 1 July and 22 July 2007 Malian parliamentary elections, the party won 2 out of 160 seats. The party is affiliated to the Alliance for Democracy and Progress, that supports president Amadou Toumani Touré.

The party contested the 2013 parliamentary elections,[1] but failed to win a seat.

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